The Challenge of Life
Each step you take,
Each step you make,
Each accomplishment you achieve,
Each failure you fall and rise from,
Is not an end to itself.
Each step, each accomplishment,
Each failure you fall and rise from,
Is meaningfully a stage nearer in direction,
To your objective, destination in life.
In oneʼs journey in life,
There are many paths which one can take:
Some short, some long, some easy, some strong.
If your journey in life has been one of an easy path,
What will you have learned along the way?
How will you have been challenged?
If your journey in life has been
One of challenges which you overcome,
Take pride in your achievements,
But do not bathe in them,
For they are only preludes to other
More challenging steps to come.
That is . . .
'The Challenge of Life'
Thank you to Daryl N. Kipurchuk,
printed with permission
inspiring poem in its original layout, go to
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Body-Mind Analysis & Emotional Anatomy
Therapy is not a treatment. It is an
exploration of the 'psyche'
in the 'soma', and it
seeks to analyze how the body has stored memories at a cellular level.
Psychosomatic Therapy, during Body-Mind Analysis
asks, "What issues are in the tissues?", and
"How can this body benefit from this knowledge?"
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the “issues in the tissues” and learn better ways to use the body.
Emotional Anatomy as well as Chakra & Core Energy Balancing enable
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My Journey Back
Holistic Therapies Saved My Life!
by Ronnie Allen, Ph.D.
Copyright Ronnie Allen, All Rights Reserved
On November 14, 2000, the universe threw me a curve that I am sure
is going to change my life forever. At 7 P.M. I took my son David and, Lisa,
his girlfriend to a brand new buffet style restaurant. The food was
inedible, spoiled and cold and everything was sent back. We then came home
where I saw clients and prepared to go to work the next day. Nothing
At 1:30 a.m. I awoke from a deep sleep as my airways constricted. I
anxiously told my husband, Bob, to call 911. I immediately fell unconscious.
What follows is my journey to recovery integrating all of the
healing modalities in alternative therapies in my life’s work for the past
eight years that I had to embrace with passion every moment of every day in
my one month of hospitalization. It confirms my mind/body/spirit/soul
explorations in that this is what helped me return from near death. Western
Medicine could not have brought me back alone.
It was food poisoning by a contaminant in the food I consumed and
when EMS arrived seven minutes later I was already turning blue. Four
paramedics worked on intubating me and in the process broke a part of my
trachea. Because there was an air tube inserted, air was rushing into me. I
blew up to what appeared to be 600 pounds of air. David pinned a pouch of
some of my crystals onto my gown as EMS was putting me into the ambulance.
He packed the rest on my night table to take to the hospital.
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Listen in the early morning to the promise of a new day.
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